Hurricane Response


Healthcare Ready is in rigorous communication with private and public sector partners to monitor impacts, shortages, supply chain needs and potential vulnerabilities. We’re also standing ready to assist

This page contains updates to provide situational awareness around current hurricane response as well as free resources and state-specific information to assist healthcare facilities, communities, and individuals prepare for and respond to hurricanes.

Hurricane Map

Healthcare Ready’s Hurricane Map shows important information about healthcare facilities in impacted areas. The visualization consists of a map showing the location and information of healthcare facilities, including:

  • Hospitals
  • Dialysis Centers
  • Pharmacies
  • Rural Health Clinics
  • Federally Qualified Health Centers

How to Use the Map

Hover over each county or facility for more specific information. This information can be kept on the visualization by continuing to hover over the selected county, or the pop-up text window

  • For counties, the pop up will display the county name and FIPS code.
  • For facilities, the facility name, healthcare facility type, address, county and state will display.

To search for a specific county or facility in impacted states, hover over the main map, and a magnifying glass icon will be displayed in the upper right corner of the map. From here, a search bar will appear in the top right corner of the map. Type the name of the requested county or facility into the bar, then hit enter to zoom the map into that county.

This tool is updated regularly. Please direct any questions or concerns to



Healthcare Ready's Role During the 2022 Hurricane Season

Our focus is to ensure resources are available in sufficient quantities to ensure the most vulnerable communities are appropriately prioritized and making sure scarce or limited resources are adequately reaching the communities that need it most.

This page provides information for the healthcare and public health community, situational awareness around current hurricanes impacting areas of the United States, as well as free resources and state-specific information to assist healthcare facilities, communities, and individuals with prevention.

Healthcare Ready's Assistance Includes

  • Rapid access to the right contacts in the private sector or government
  • Coordination with federal, state and local officials, nonprofits and shelters to ensure coordination and assistance with access to medicine
  • Coordination with HHS, FEMA, state EOCs, and private sector companies
  • Assistance with donations to shelters 
  • Facilitating access to healthcare facilities to ensure deliveries and personnel have access into restricted areas or with resuming operations
  • Sharing information and promoting the use of medicine assistance programs

Contact us if you are in need of assistance

Healthcare Ready is Closely Monitoring the Following Areas

  • Supply chain operations, including demand for pharmaceuticals, personal protective equipment, and issues related to workforce, business continuity, and border restrictions.­
  • Response of the US health system to mitigate the impact domestically. Healthcare Ready is working with health systems to understand their concerns and coordinating with federal partners to understand healthcare and public health impacts.
  • Humanitarian assistance efforts to coordinate donations and supplies for where they’re most needed

Situation Reports

Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Fiona

Other Resources

  • Track Storms (National Hurricane Center)
  • Power Outages (Power Outages)
  • Fuel Availability (GasBuddy)
  • Shelters: Red Cross shelters are available in affected areas. Find a shelter here. You can also call the Red Cross at 1-800-733-2767 or the Transitional Sheltering Assistance Program at 800-621-3363

Support Healthcare Ready

Healthcare Ready (formerly Rx Response) helps to strengthen healthcare supply chains through collaboration with public health and private sectors by addressing pressing issues before, during, and after disasters. As the convener of industry and government, we safeguard patient health by providing solutions to critical problems. And we provide best practices for healthcare preparedness and response. Learn more about how to support Healthcare Ready.



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